Dave Wang, Winnie Hsin charity concert in Genting


Dave Wang Jie and Winnie Hsin Xiao Chi will be coming to Genting Highlands to perform for charity.

Two of the biggest Mandopop stars from the 1990s, Dave Wang Jie and Winnie Hsin Xiao Chi, will be coming to Genting Highlands to perform for charity.

The Dave Wang & Winnie Hsin Charity Concert Live in Genting 2016 will be held on May 7, 8.30pm, at the Arena Of Stars, Genting Highlands.

Nicknamed the “King of Melancholy”, Wang is best known for his love ballads like Yi Chang You Xi Yi Chang Meng, Gu Xin, and Xin Tong. He has sold more than 87 million records, and recently made a comeback with the successful “King’s Return” Tour in China.

Hsin, who made her debut in 1986, is an equally popular singer in the 1990s, with hits such as Ling Wu, Wei Dao, and a duet with Leslie Cheung called Shen Qing Xiang Yong.

Presented by the Qu Yang Group of Companies and organised by IME Productions, all proceeds from the concert will go to charity organisations such as the Xi Le Er Special Children Care Centre Malaysia and the Qu Yang Group of Companies Scholarship

Tickets are priced at RM1,089, RM889, RM589, RM489, RM389, and RM189. To purchase online, visit www.ticketcharge.com.my or www.rwgenting.com. For phone purchases, call 03-9222 8811 (TicketCharge) or 03-2718 1118 (Resort World Genting).

Tickets are also available at Speedy Music, Rock Corner, Victoria Music Center, The Mines and Neway Karaoke outlets. – Michael Cheang

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